Program as of 22 November 2012: please note this program may be subject to change prior to the commencement of the conference

5 December

Art Exhibition

Location

17:00 – 19:00

Shen Jiawei: Brothers and Sisters

Seymour Centre Foyer

6 December

Panel

Location

 

09:00 – 09:30

 

 

Official welcome to the 2012 CSC Annual Conference

The Quadrangle

 S241

09:30—11:30

Parallel sessions

 

Cultural Policy and Heritage

Professor John Clark, Asian Art History: Strategies of Negotiating the Space of Contemporary Art in China with focus on Video Art

Dr Thomas Berghuis, Repositioning Unofficial/Official Art in China: Contemporary Chinese Art and the Role of the Art System Discussion session, moderated by Associate Professor Jennifer Barrett, Museum Studies

The Quadrangle S422

Enterprise Development

Professor Andrew Terry: From Mao to Maccas: China’s Franchising Revolution

Dr William Harvey: Building corporate reputation in China. The case of a global management consultancy firm

Professor Hans Hendrischke: Institutional Entrepreneurship and women empowerment

Dr Wei Li: Beyond Bank and Non-bank: An Alternative View of China’s Small and Medium Enterprises Finance Structure

The Quadrangle

S241

12:30 – 13:45

KEYNOTE LECTURE: MICHAEL BRISTOW
Former BBC Beijing Correspondent

Title: The joys and difficulties of being a foreign correspondent in China

Law School Foyer

14:45 – 16:45

Parallel sessions

 

Social and Political Change

Hon. Associate Professor Christine Inglis: Australia-China Linked through migration

Dr ChunFen Shao: The Changing Chinese Community in Japan

Dr Graeme Smith: Evolving Chinese Business Practices in PNG

The Quadrangle

S422

Archeology and Ancient History

Professor Jeffrey Riegel: Origins of the Qin Empire

Dr Peter Jia: recent CSC funded fieldwork

Associate Professor Alison Betts: Aspects of East-West relations

Dr Li Baoping: Ancient Chinese ceramics in Angkor of Cambodia: insights into trade and diplomacy from unearthed Chinawares

The Quadrangle

S225

Chinese Literature and Culture

Dr Duanfang Lu: The Politics of Land and Resettlement in China: Governance, Capital and Nature

Dr Lily Lee: Victims and Heroines: Chinese Women around the Fall of the Ming Dynasty

The Quadrangle

S241

18:00 – 19:15

KEYNOTE LECTURE: PROFESSOR ROSEMARY FOOT
Oxford University

Title:The Disruption of China's resurgence: Reflections from an IR Perspective

General Lecture Theatre, The Quadrangle

7 December

Panel

Location

09:45-11:45

 

Special Panel Event:

 

CHINA-INDIA ENGAGEMENT PANEL

Associate Professor Dilip Dutta: A review of issues related to protection of traditional knowledge (University of Sydney)

Professor Xue Dayuan: Category, documentation and database for traditional knowledge in China–Their implication for intellectual property rights, (College of Life and Environmental Science, Minzu University of China, Beijing, China)

Nirmal Sengupta: Intellectual property rights on traditional knowledge– State of affairs in India, (Formerly Professor at the Indira Gandhi Institute of Development Research, Mumbai, India)

The Quadrangle

S422

Language, Discourse and Communication

Dr Derek Herforth: Mis-retranslation and the teaching of Classical Chinese to Europhone learners

Dr Wei Wang: Coffee and 18 years of endeavour: Identities and stances of white-collar migrants in China 

Dr Linda Tsung:  Multilingual education policy and school practice in Xinjiang

Irene Shidong An (PhD Candidate): University Teachers’ and Students’ Perceptions of Effective Online Language Learning in Blended Learning Environments

The Quadrangle

S225

13:00 – 15:00

Parallel sessions

Location

Business and Law

 

 Professor Bing Ling: Legal dilemma in the treatment of the private loans in China

Dr Gracie Yang: Strategy and management of Chinese firms, managers and entrepreneurs

Dr Michael Paton: The logic of short term advantage and the ethics of chance

Dr Juan Yao (with Chuanchan Ma and William Peng He): The Investor Herding Behaviour of the Chinese Stock Market

Professor Hans Hendrischke and Dr Wei Li: Chinese Outward Direct Investment (ODI) in Australia

The Quadrangle

S241

Information Systems and Technology

 

Dr Barney Tan: eCommerce in China: Implications for the eBusiness Strategies of Australian Firms

The

Quadrangle

S422

 

 Public Health

 Dr Kevin Yin: Health policy making in China: what we can learn and apply from Australia

Dr Rebekah Moles: The changing roles of hospital pharmacists as the result of the Chinese health reform

Professor Richard Madden (University of Sydney) and Qin Jiang (CNHDRC): Building robust information systems for China's health finance reform.

 The Quadrangle

S225

15:15 – 17:15

Parallel Sessions

 

Traditional Chinese Medicine

Professor Kelvin Chan, introduction: Current Status of TCM

Dr Clement Loy, Dr Josiah Poon and Dr Simon Poon: Bioinformatics and generating clinical evidence for TCM

Professor David Hibbs, Dr Fanfan Zhou and Associate Professor Jane Hanrahan: Pharmacology & Pharmacogenomics aspects

Kelvin Chan, George Li and Valentina Naumovski: Quality control & toxicology issues

The Quadrangle

S241

International Relations

Professor Michael Wesley: China: A Different Kind of Great Power?

Professor Jocelyn Chey: Laughing matters: political humour and public diplomacy in China’s rise

Professor Kerry Brown: A comparative look at Chinese FDI among resource exporting nations

Dr Adrian H. Hearn: What can Australia and Latin America learn from each other in relation to China?

Dr Bates Gill (Commentator)

The Quadrangle

S422

Environmental Studies

Robert Park: Wheat production and biotic threats – Who will feed China?

Ian S F Jones: Ocean Nourishment for climate management and Chinese food security

The Quadrangle

S225